Some of our Thrifty Readers sent us these great tips:
Use the $1.00 off any SeaPak item from the April issue of All You to buy the 6oz. Shrimp Poppers at Walmart. At my Walmart in Illinois they were $1.32, only $.32 after coupon!
Thanks – Leeann
If you don’t have the All You magazine, you can pick one up at the Walmart Magazine section
Also from another reader:
I bought the Nestles refrigerated cookie dough with the $1.00 off coupon from Sunday’s paper. The regular price was $2.14. I thought I was getting a pretty good deal until I looked in one of the refrigerated bins and they had the Nestles Easter cookie dough on rollback for $1.05. I used my $1.00 off coupon and got the cookie dough for .05 cents plus tax.
Another great deal I got was on Huggies Diapers. They had some of the packages that are normally $19.96 per package marked down to $15.00. I still had two of my $3.00 off coupons left over that I printed off a couple of weeks ago. That would have made them $12.00 per package.
Well, after I got home, I looked at my receipt and they scanned at $10.00 per package so with my $3.00 off coupon I paid $7.00 each.
I would suggest taking the items to one of the price scanners just to make sure of the price before purchasing.
Other great deals I cashed in on:
Kraft Dressing – $1.58 used $1.50 off coupon paid .08 cents each
Quaker Snacks – $1.34 used $1.00 off coupon paid .34 cents each
Good Life Cat Food – $4.48 for 3lb bag used $3.00 off coupon paid $1.48 each
Coffee Mate Creamer – $1.68 each used $1.50 off 2 coupon. Paid .18 cents for second one.
Pringles – $1.00 each used $1.00 off 2 coupon paid .50 cents each.
Thanks – Teri